Bobbi Kristina Brown's neighbor reported a domestic dispute at the music scion's home one week before she was found facedown in a bathtub. Credit: Jason LaVeris/FilmMagic

One week before Bobbi Kristina Brown was found facedown and unresponsive in a bathtub, one of her neighbors reported a domestic dispute at her home in a 911 call that was released by the Roswell Police Department to Us Weekly on Wednesday, Feb. 11.

The call, which was made on Friday, Jan. 23, was from a man named Rick Gilbert who said he was a security guard at the private gated community in Roswell, Ga. where Brown lived with her longtime love Nick Gordon. The man told the 911 dispatcher that one of the neighbors said a fight had taken place on Bobbi's property.

The neighbor, a lady, told the guard that people were outside of the three-bedroom townhouse "hitting each other and swinging." However, the guard did not know the names or descriptions of the people involved in the fight. He was informed by the dispatcher to have the neighbor directly call back herself.

The police department said Wednesday that a "second call did not occur."

Meanwhile, the Roswell PD also confirmed to Us Weekly on Wednesday, Feb. 11, that Bobbi Kristina's case is being treated as a criminal investigation. "The incident has always been under criminal investigation and has not been reclassified as a criminal investigation," the statement read. "This remains an active investigation."

Bobbi, the only child of Bobby Brown and the late Whitney Houston, has remained in a medically induced coma since Jan. 31. The music scion, 21, was first discovered by pal Max Lomas, who called 911. According to police, Gordon was performing CPR on Bobbi when paramedics arrived at the scene.

As previously reported by Us, Gordon has not returned to visit his girlfriend since she was transferred to Emory from North Fulton Hospital last Monday, Feb. 2, though the reason why remains unclear. CNN reported this past weekend that Gordon is currently under investigation for unexplained injuries found on Bobbi's body.

Meanwhile, both Houston and Brown families have congregated at the Emory University Hospital as they continue to monitor Bobbi's condition. A candlelight vigil was held on Monday, Feb. 9, and attended by hundreds of supporters.

Bobby Brown's lawyer Christopher Brown released a new statement to Us on Tuesday, slamming "egregious, false" reports about Bobbi's condition. (It was reported by multiple outlets on Tuesday that Bobbi would be taken off life support on the third anniversary of her mom's death on Feb. 11, which a Houston family source debunked to Us.)

"This is a criminal investigation and the integrity of that process requires silence," family lawyer Brown added in the family's statement.